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Experience the magic of Christmas at Weymouth SEA LIFE Adventure Park

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(What a motley crew!) 

Weymouth SEA LIFE Centre is such a lovely day out in itself that what better way to enjoy this Festive season than a visit to see the penguins and Father Christmas. Saturday 10th December, Father Christmas will be residing in Weymouth SEA LIFE Adventure Park until Christmas Eve and will be giving each child he meets a special SEA LIFE gift. There are 3 packages available ranging from £7-£20 Pre-booking online is highly advised for this event.  We were invited to experience the basic package. 

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 After wandering around the Park, meeting the sea life and stamping our books we headed towards the wetlands to wait for our Elf, Bauble Jinglebell to collect us. Bauble guided us through the Park’s festive forest which was like a maze and all 6 children (aged 3-9) enjoyed running through and hiding. We were blasted by snow and then led into the enchanting Christmas Cabin to meet Father Christmas.

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 Weymouth SEA LIFE have Father Christmas down to a tee! He looked incredible authentic and had a lovely demeanour about him. He spent a long time chatting to all 6 children and asking them questions about what they wanted for Christmas and how many days left until Christmas Eve.

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 The cabin complete with roaring fire was lovely and warm. Each child came away with a gift from Father Christmas. We paid for the photographs, but bear in mind these are included in some packages.

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 (Charlie striking his best catalogue pose ... Littlewoods if you are looking for a new model, call me!)

Our slot was later in the day, 3:45pm and we hadn't realised that the park closed at 4. Make sure you check out opening and closing times when you book. For further information and to book tickets : www2.visitsealife.com/weymouth/discover/events/meet-father-christmas-at-sea-life/ Adults may accompany children into the Enchanting Christmas Cabin at no extra cost.  

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  1. He was the nicest Santa I think I've ever seen - so authentic!

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